The Books

Adult Titles:


By Devon Ellington

The re-animation of a goddess. A well-known archaeologist hunting down her lover’s murderer. An historical researcher getting his first chance to prove himself in the field. They come together as warring factions track the statue known as “The Medusa.”

Visit the Gwen Finnegan website:

Print Edition:

A Jain Lazarus Adventure
by Devon Ellington

Hex Breaker Jain Lazarus joins the crew of a cursed film, hoping to put to rest what was stirred up before more people die and the film is lost. Tough, practical Detective Wyatt East becomes her unlikely ally and lover on an adventure fighting zombies, ceremonial magicians, the town wife-beater, the messenger of the gods, and their own pasts.

Cover Art by PJ Friel
Visit the Hex Breaker website for more information, excerpts, short story tie-ins, and more!

Available from Solstice Publishing and on Amazon Kindle.

Print Edition:

The Second Jain Lazarus Adventure

by Devon Ellington
Wyatt is the prime suspect when Jain goes missing after a romantic weekend with him in Vermont. He gets caught up in a dispute between shape-shifting packs, saddled with talented, rebellious teens, and in conflict with mer-people off the coast of Cape Cod — all while learning more than he wanted about Jain’s past.

Cover Art by PJ Friel.
Hex Breaker website for more information, excerpts, short story tie-ins, and more!

It’s got 4.5 stars on Amazon.

Digital Edition:

Print Edition:

Five Star Review on Amazon!

By Annabel Aidan

Witchcraft, politics, and theatre collide and combine as Morag D’Anneville and Secret Service agent Simon Keane fight to protect the Vice President of the United States — or is it Morag who needs Simon’s protection more than the VP?

Witch and theatre professional Morag D’Anneville is annoyed when she’s assigned to dress the conservative Vice President as he makes a surprise appearance in his favorite Broadway show. Even more irritating, she has to teach Agent Simon Keane, part of the security detail, the backstage ropes in preparation. A strong attraction flares between them which they both recognize is doomed, and Simon must also fight his superior’s prejudice that Morag’s beliefs make her a threat to the Vice President. When Morag is attacked, Simon’s loyalties are torn between protecting the man he’s sworn to protect, and protecting the woman he loves.

Named a “hot book for a cold Cape Cod night” by THE CAPE COD TIMES.
Long & Short Romance Reviews gave it 4 books, calling it “a thrill ride.”

This title was originally available from Champagne Books. It went out of print in June, 2014.
Cover Art by Trisha FitzGerald

Visit the Annabel Aidan Webpage for more information and excerpts.

ASSUMPTION OF RIGHT is officially out of print. Several copies are still available at Books by The Sea is Osterville, MA and will be on sale at the Bookstore during the Cape Cod Writers Center Conference, August 7-10, 2014 in Hyannis, MA.

Middle Grade title:

Dixie Dust Rumors
by Jenny Storm

Who could be luckier than a young girl whose father trains racehorses? That is, until false accusations could cause the loss of not only their livelihood and the horses they love, but their dreams. Due to the belief that horse racing is a crooked sport, even unsubstantiated rumors can be fatal to a trainer’s career. Twelve-year-old Rose Olen is determined to find out why a journalist printed innuendos that make her father’s business practices sound unethical without checking facts. Aided by her friends Maya Sanchez and Libby Kim, and her younger brother Simon, they investigate the charges and come up with a scheme to foil the reporter. They juggle responsibilities at school, the contempt and ridicule from other students, and responsibilities at the track as they search for the truth behind the Dixie Dust Rumors.

Visit the Jenny Storm webpage for excerpts and information.

Available digitally from e-Treasures Publishing here.

Published on March 29, 2012 at 10:30 am  Leave a Comment  

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